Top 2010 DE Takes in Clemson

One of the top defensive linemen in the south for the class of 2010 visited Clemson this past weekend along with several of his teammates.

DL Corey Miller Profile

Byrnes junior defensive end Corey Miller, one of the top junior prospects in South Carolina for the class of 2010, visited Clemson on Saturday.

"I came up with Brandon [Willis], Marcus [Lattimore] and Chas [Dodd]," Miller told "It was real fun. I met with coach Scott. They took me around. They showed us the WestZone and all of the things that they are working on right now."

The visit provided the opportunity to talk with several of Clemson's coaches.

"I got to meet with coach Rumph again. Then we had a nice talk where they talked about where the program is heading. We saw a highlight video," said Miller.

"Then we went to the basketball game [against Wake Forest]. It was hyped up in there."

A few other visits are already planned in the coming weeks, including a return trip to Clemson.

"I am going to Florida State on the 31st for their junior day. I will be back at Clemson on February 21 for their junior day," said Miller.

When asked if he has a current leader, Miller responded, "I am going to keep my options open. I want to see what is going to happen during the recruiting process."

The star defender is already working hard for another state championship.

"We lifted yesterday, again today and we will again tomorrow. It is going good. I am getting stronger. I am benching 315 now," said Miller. "I am at 229 right now. I am working hard and eating late at night trying to gain some weight."

Miller maintains he still plans to wait until late in the process to make a decision.

"There will be no early decision for me," he said. "I will probably wait it out. It won't be the last minute, but I want to see how things go."

How does Corey feel about the return of coach Bobby Bentley to the sidelines at Byrnes?

"I think it is great he is back. Coach 'G' did a great job as offensive coordinator. Now we got Coach B back and it will advance everything. We will still have Coach G over there working with the quarterbacks and receivers," replied Miller. Top Stories